Reputation
472
Top tag
Next privilege 500 Rep.
Access review queues
Badges
5 20
Newest
 Promoter
Impact
~26k people reached

Jan
1
comment = sign at the end of .sock files in the ls output
and if you didn't actually type --classify or --indicator-style=classify, it was probably added by an alias.
Jan
1
revised = sign at the end of .sock files in the ls output
added ls tag
Jan
1
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
1
suggested approved edit on = sign at the end of .sock files in the ls output
Dec
30
comment Sending mail to an external server?
I don't have any advice to give on that one, sorry.
Dec
30
comment Sending mail to an external server?
Yes, good points. OK, maybe that would be better for this use case.
Dec
30
revised Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
clarified that I am talking about Linux's fdisk, not any other tool of the same name
Dec
30
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
Great, you should post that as an answer and accept it, for the benefit of future readers, and to indicate that the question has been resolved.
Dec
30
comment Sending mail to an external server?
@NoelForte ah, yes, both Outlook.com and GMail rewrite FROM addresses for anti-spam reasons. You could add an additional header I suppose.
Dec
29
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
You don't need to create an extended partition, if one doesn't exist Fedora will create one (if there are 3 or fewer partitions).
Dec
29
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
It's up to you, you can still have multiple partitions, you've just got to make sure they are created correctly. If Windows doesn't give you the necessary level of control to avoid the same problem reoccuring, you could create the Linux partitions as Windows partitions and then delete them afterwards.
Dec
29
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
OK, that's a good idea to reinstall everything. You should install Windows first, then Fedora, otherwise Windows will overwrite Fedora's bootloader. Just make sure the extended partition, if any, is big enough this time!
Dec
29
answered Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
Dec
29
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
I have an idea why this might be happening, but I would need more details about exactly what the partition table looks like. A screenshot might help, or maybe the output of the p command after running fdisk /dev/sda in a virtual terminal (you may be able to switch to a virtual terminal by pressing ctrl+alt+f2).
Dec
29
suggested rejected edit on How to know file system of any medium like hard disk, CD/DVD, flash drive?
Dec
29
answered Sending mail to an external server?
Dec
29
revised Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
added partition tag
Dec
29
comment Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
Maybe there literally isn't enough space remaining? How much capacity does the disk have? What is the size of the first partition you created?
Dec
29
suggested approved edit on Fedora 20 and windows 7 can't create partions
Dec
29
awarded  Autobiographer